The ample house (basement, ground floor, floor) was built of brick, on a small, rectangular batch, located at the bottom of the street, across the street from the Roman Catholic church. Due to the slope, to the NE facade the ground floor is overhead and has a partial basement. The building, in "L", has pedestrian access from Bastion Street, through the narrow gang in the left flank of the building and the access road from Manastirii Street, from the park between the church and the Turnul Cizmarilor. The entrance trough the gang features double curved vaults, pillars hired with double-arched springs. The upstairs staircase is located at the end of the gang, the five rooms on the floor with a cursory communication, located in the courtyard. The simple facades, rhythm of horizontal nuts, are executed in the ground floor plaster and upstairs panels.
Casa Georgius Krauss is part of the category of houses with a compact plan, namely the houses with 2-2 axes and short street facade. Buildings are presented as a compact volume. In the basement, the semicylindrical stone vault is generally preserved, and sometimes the traces of the previous wooden floors, and at the upper levels the living quarters or the workshops. This type appears to be the oldest and implies the initial absence of direct road access from the street or the existence of lateral access in the yard.